The first step is to identify the device to use. Using
lsblkI see that my USB device is
sdb. You can use
sdb 8:16 1 28.7G 0
julor manually. If you’re not running Dragora try your distribution’s package manager.
Download the ISO from one of the mirrors.
To be able to write the ISO to an USB we need to make it “hybrid”. We run the
isohybridcommand from the
The last step is to write the ISO to our device. Use the name found in step 1 and replace
sdbin the following command with it:
dd if=dragora-2.2-i486.iso of=/dev/sdb bs=1024k
Now the USB stick is ready for booting. Before you start the installer you need to mount it and when the installer asks for the location of the files you put in the mount point instead of choosing the “CD” option.
lsblkis not available from the ISO but you can use
fdisk -lor similar instead.
mount /dev/sdb1 /var/mnt/hd
Now you can partition your hard disk drive and run the installer. Unmount after the installer and before you restart: